Websider Prognosticator Panel - Kansas

The Websider Prognosticator Panel struggled for yet another week as the Wildcats roared back from a 10-point deficit with under 6 minutes to tie the game and eventually win in four overtimes. It's a new week and the panel believes the Jayhawks won;t pose a challenge to the struggling Aggies.


Aggies 49
Jayhawks 14

Kansas put a scare into Baylor at home, but that won't be the case on the road at Kyle Field. Texas A&M is the better team in all phases of the game and will have an easy time on Saturday. Look for the Aggies to cover the 30-point spread.


Aggies 48
Jayhawks 20

Both teams have played many close games and unfortunately have fallen short in several. Both teams will either be feeling up to the task of getting on the right track despite the late timing, or will be flat following a deflating first 10 games. Either way, the teams will have similar dispositions. Given A&M's talent superiority, I think the Aggies pull off a sizable victory in College Station.


Aggies 00
Jayhawks 00

Our guest picker resides in first place in what has been a very poor season for the Websider Prognosticator Panel. Since BNRFlats is a perfectionist and picked the Wildcats last weekend, he is boycotting this week's picks hoping it will chang A&M's luck and snap the three game losing streak. He vows to return for next week's Texas game more energized and ready to correctly pick the biggest game of this series since 1999.


Aggies 41
Jayhawks 17

Hey it's Kansas. A&M could use a shot of confidence heading into what will be the "last game against Texas" a few days later, and this is just what the doctor ordered. On offense, look for the ground game to dominate for the good guys. Last week the Aggie defense did a great job against an accomplished Kansas State rushing attack, limiting them to 2.4 ypc in the contest, and A&M will have a great opportunity to further tune up for UT's one-dimensional offense, as they take on a decent Jayhawk run game in this one. Even with a tight lid on the maroon Kool-aid, this one is a conclusion and should serve the team well in salvaging what's left of their disastrous 2011 bid.


Aggies 59
Jayhawks 21

The season to date for the Aggies has been painful. Lost leads to teams who are in the top ten and finding ways to lose games they shouldn't. The good news is KU is not a top ten team. They rank 120th out or 120 on points allowed by their defense, 76th on points scored, and they are 97th in the country passing the ball. Their 40th ranking rushing isn't good enough the A&M defense and they will struggle keeping the Aggies out of the endzone. This week will be a feel good game for the Aggies and Sherman will get off the hot seat temporarily.


Aggies 37
Jayhawks 17

When you are on a three-game losing streak and trying to get bowl eligible, the best tonic is playing Turner Gill's Jayhawks at home. However, I'm not sure about the 30-point point spread in Vegas. While Kansas ranks near the bottom of every major offensive and defensive category in the Big 12, they have started to show some life late in the year taking Baylor to overtime. Plus, with a huge game against Texas just five days away, the Aggies may come out a little flat. Word on the street is the coaching staff plans to hold out several questionable players for the Thanksgiving contest. Kansas may hang around longer than most Aggie fans will expect, but in the end talent and experience will win out.

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